Saturn Sky: Time to Put the Top Down and Cruise

G. Chambers Williams III from the San Antonio Express-News: The Saturn Sky, a two-seat roadster like the Mazda Miata, starts at $26,400. It's one of two small GM convertibles built on the same architecture; the other is the Pontiac Solstice. Base models come with a 2.4-liter, 173-horsepower four-cylinder engine, connected to a five-speed Aisin manual transmission or an optional five-speed automatic. The uplevel Red Line, though, has a 260-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. The manually operated soft top folds completely into the trunk.

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